"You think you're safe where you are, in America or Britain,” he says. “You think you are safe, you are not safe."
A dose of “experimental serum” arrived in Liberia to be tried on a U.S. charity worker struggling for her life — but there was only enough for one.
Investigators from the Netherlands and Australia finally returned Thursday to the site in eastern Ukraine where MH17 was shot down two weeks ago.
Get long-distance views of the cosmos and our glorious Earth, as well as cosmic perspectives on our planet's tragedies.
CIA Director John Brennan has privately apologized to Senate intelligence committee leaders now that the spy agency's inspector general has found that its employees did act improperly when searching Senate computers earlier this year.
“You can live with rockets, but not with tunnels. Israel must destroy them all,” mother of three Shuli Schneider says.
The newest U.S. Drought Monitor map released Thursday shows that more than half of the state is under an "exceptional drought" level.
Breaking down the numbers behind the 113th U.S. Congress.
“We will not agree to a cease-fire without completing the neutralization of the tunnels,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement.
Trending is a term often used for popular viral topics. But what exactly earns a topic this label on Twitter?
Sierra Leone’s president declared a state of emergency Wednesday over the largest outbreak of the Ebola virus in history spread of the deadly virus.
Libya is engulfed in its deadliest fighting since 2011, pushing it close to collapse and to what experts say could become a "failed state."
From Israel continuing its campaign to eradicate tunnels to fighting Ebola in Africa, see the stories we’re following.
A rushed HHS team failed to plan properly or watch over contractors hired to build the online health insurance exchange, a new report finds.
Seth Jackson's lawyer said he believes his client is being overcharged in a 10-month-old foster child.
New report by U.S. watchdog agency says Kabul lacks revenue base to maintain army, other projects funded by $104 billion reconstruction effort
House Republicans on Wednesday voted to authorize a lawsuit against President Barack Obama for his use of executive actions.
Thursday's move gives the military the ability to substantially widen its 23-day-old Gaza offensive.
A possible Ebola scare briefly closed a Charlotte area emergency room, but health workers have a long list of infections to watch for.
According to the CDC, weather is responsible for 2,000 Americans deaths every year.